Fantastic shot !! Loved the way captured..Unseen Rajasthan
so much activity, information and motion
I think I can guess which one is from "out of town," and it appears the others are not all that impressed. Damn foreigners! ;-)Nicely done, Sean!
Without Jacob's comment I wouldn't have understood the title, ;-), I was looking at the tomatoes and the tarp and the clothes on the washing line and it's the first time since I know this blog that I am thinking : oh, I would love to see it in colours. I like the perspective - like you were hidden behind the stack of wood.
May be it is just a young lady from the next door :) I like this picture - reminds me of my grandmother's home - the drying veggies, the wood for the old stove, the colorful wrap... I miss this stuff sometimes!
As always, a good narrative Sean. My plagiaristic tendencies will be turning in your direction soon :)
This has a wonderful earthy feel about it. The kind of places I love. It does capture the moment very well, I feel like I could almost join the conversation.
Thanks for the comments... Martina.. .you dissapoint me :)... how unobservant of you!Eamon... I will be watching with interest :)This one I think is slightly blurred which was a pity but liked the interest more than anything else...
I know I know - *ashamed*
are they flirting or sleeping